Freedom: The Story of My Second Life by Malika Oufkir - PDF and EPUB eBook

4.1 from 18 reviews

Stolen Lives, Malika Oufkir's intensely moving account of her twenty years imprisoned in a desert jail in Morocco, was a...

Looking for freedom the story second life pdf to download for free? Use our file search system, download the e-book for computer, smartphone or online reading.

Search & Download

Details of Freedom: The Story of My Second Life

Exact title of the book
Freedom: The Story of My Second Life
Book author
Malika Oufkir
Book edition
Hardcover
Number of pages
241 pages
Language
English
Published
October 16th 2006 by Miramax Books
File size (in PDF)
964 kB
Freedom: The Story of My Second Life

Some brief overview of book

Stolen Lives, Malika Oufkir's intensely moving account of her twenty years imprisoned in a desert jail in Morocco, was a surprise international best seller and the second non-fiction title ever selected for Oprah's Book Club.In her highly anticipated follow-up, Malika reflects on the life she lived before and during incarceration and how dramatically the world had changed when she emerged. Malika Oufkir was born into extreme privilege as the daughter of the king of Morocco's closest aide, and she grew up in the palace as companion to the Moroccan princess. But in 1972, her life of luxury came to a crashing halt.Her father was executed for attempting to assassinate the king, and she and her family were locked away for two decades.

After a remarkable escape, Malika and her family returned to the world theyd left behind, only to find it transformed. Living for the first time as an adult, Malika writes candidly about adjusting to the world we take for granted, from negotiating ATMs to the excesses of shopping malls, to falling in love and sex. In Stolen Lives, Malika mourned the children she was not having as she wasted away in prison.

When she is finally free, motherhood becomes crucial to Malika's ability to fully live her life: she adopts first her niece, then a baby boy from Morocco. Full of insight and piercing observations, as well as humor, Freedom is as masterful and thoughtprovoking as the original.